Here’s another page of studies: feet, folds, anatomy, tones…that’s what I was focusing on tonight. -Waveybrain
I’ve been pretty annoyed with myself lately for dialing in certain things in my designs. So, here are some much needed studies on women’s shoes and anatomy. It’s been a while since I’ve done real figure drawing, so here is an attempt at re-grounding my anatomy. These are “virtual tracings”-so don’t be impressed. I’m just sharing stuff that’ve been troubling me lately in my personal work. It’s fun to take the time and just examine things. -Waveybrain
Here’s an interesting break down of how to draw arguably one of the weirdest looking human features. -Waveybrain
Sorry for making such a huge post! I was just concerned about some of the bigger pictures being viewable, so I didn’t want to make this a text post…
this is what i have been waiting for my entire life.
Oh my god, thank you.
Ears are actually the bane of my artist existence.
Nice figure drawing reference! -Waveybrain
Some building block references my Life Drawing teacher drew up for us for our Figure Drawing class. Thought I would impart the wisdom.
MIGHTY NEED! D:
Last batch of sketches from my dying phone. It feels good to purge them all: it’s time to get back and do some new figure drawings. It’s been too long. -Waveybrain
Here are some more from the clothed figure drawing class held at work. One of those images was drawn from the classic movie, “Faust”. And, sometimes you get a bad angle or a bad pose, so you wind up drawing people around you. -Waveybrain
My cell phone is waning, but I managed to extract the pics from it tonight. Most of these drawings I’m going to post are a little old now, and I’ve already shared them in FB. This model is actually a man I used to work with at Disney: he worked in the effects department. His name is John Tucker and he’s a great model because he understands the kinds of expressions and storytelling poses that animation artists crave. Some of these drawings are opposite angles of drawings that Steven Silver included in one of his drawing books…”Drawn to Life”, I think. I remember when I saw his book I thought it was kind of neat to that we have our different takes from that day of figure drawing. I really enjoy drawing. Usually my aim is to capture what I’m seeing and try to get in the mind of the model. Hopefully, that comes through in my drawings. -Waveybrain